Transport chiefs have officially pushed back the completion date for Aberdeen’s long-awaited bypass – revealing the road is not now due to be open until late autumn.
Aberdeen council chiefs will be left with £1.6million less than expected in their coffers this year after a Holyrood accountancy error, it was claimed last night.
Michael Gove appealed for Tory rebels and furious fishermen to keep their “eyes on the prize” yesterday as he promised full fisheries control by the end of 2020.
The UK Government was last night facing a furious backlash after sanctioning a “massive sell-out” of the Scottish fishing industry in its interim Brexit deal.
Calls will be made this week for a major review of existing laws to assess whether they negatively impact on the islands – including the creation of the national police force.
Towns and cities could be “transformed” if residents follow the example of many rural areas in the Highlands and islands by launching community buyouts of property and land.
Nicola Sturgeon took a spin on a smoothie-making bike as she announced more than £365,000 for two green projects in the Highlands and islands.
A summit has been arranged to draw up plans to offer “Move to Moray” incentive packages in a bid to attract health workers to the region.
Mark McDonald faces a fresh probe into his conduct after MSPs ordered the public standards watchdog to launch an inquiry.
A fresh row broke out over the future of closure-threatened town halls in Moray yesterday after an MSP suggested the local authority might be “falling short” of a law.
The delay-hit Aberdeen bypass was at the centre of a fresh controversy yesterday amid claims that workers had to pay to receive their wages.
Health Secretary, Shona Robison, claimed yesterday that NHS Grampian would be £50million worse off under Tory tax plans as she faced calls to apologise for the board’s performance.
Ministers have pledged to investigate the provision of chronic pain clinics in Moray amid “growing frustration” over the service.
Transport chiefs were under fire last night after it was finally confirmed that Aberdeen’s long-awaited bypass would not be completed on time this spring.
Mark McDonald affirmed that he was not a “criminal” yesterday as he made his return to Holyrood amid a storm of controversy over harassment allegations.
The UK Treasury is facing a £40million tax hit amid forecasts that Scotland’s minimum alcohol pricing scheme will cut drinking north of the border.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has revealed that she quizzed north-east health chiefs about long waiting times experienced by the region’s chronic pain sufferers.
Mark McDonald’s position was branded “untenable” last night after it was claimed that a woman had to be escorted from Holyrood for her protection – and that she later suffered a stroke due to stress.
A pilot project that enabled women from low-income households in Aberdeen to receive free sanitary products will be continued.
Jeremy Corbyn will today highlight SNP backing for Donald Trump’s north-east golf course as he casts Labour as the only party willing to stand up to the US president.
Heart patients in the north-east will soon no longer face 200-mile round trips for life-saving operations after local services improved.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said that her government will hold talks with Balfour Beatty over plans to make 25 staff redundant in Aberdeenshire.
A north-east MSP has delivered an emotional “salute” to brave sexual harassment victims - and said: “I was one of you”.
New figures show that just 39% of young people are being treated by NHS Grampian for mental health problems within the target 18 weeks.
North-east SNP MSP Mark McDonald has announced his resignation from the party today.
Ruth Davidson last night called on the SNP to deliver its verdict on the future of suspended Aberdeen Donside MSP Mark McDonald.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said she is “delighted” to see almost £500,000 committed to ease pressure at tourist hot-spots on Skye and Orkney.
Weather warnings have forced the Scottish Conservatives to cancel their first conference in Aberdeen for more than two decades.
Ruth Davidson has signalled that the North Sea oil and gas industry could be close to securing a £1trillion boost from the UK Government.
Ruth Davidson has said that the red weather alert could lead to the cancellation of this weekend’s Scottish Conservative Party conference in Aberdeen.
Popular beauty spots on Skye and Orkney will benefit from almost £500,000 of Scottish Government funding to prepare for the coming tourist season.
Brexit Britain was on the brink of constitutional chaos last night after the Scottish and Welsh governments moved to block a devolution “power grab” by Westminster.